Apache 2 httpd.conf empty


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Apache 2 httpd.conf empty

Hi everybody,
I have installed Apache 2 + Tomcat 5.5. on Ubuntu 7.04 and the default httpd.conf is empty (0 lines), however there is a file called apache2.conf that looks like a default httpd.conf.
I didn't use Apache in ages, since 1.3.x release, but I remember that the httpd.conf by default wasn't blank.
Apache was downloaded directly from the Ubuntu package manager, so far the exactly same problem happen on two machines.

I am not very familiar with Tomcat, maybe this has something to do with the fact that the httpd.conf is blank?
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The Debian and hence Ubuntu apache2 used apache2.cond, not httpd.conf.
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OK, thanks for the explanation
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